✿Book Book Organization

IMG_2790I am working on organizing my daughters room.  I started with kids clothes organization.  Now I am moving to books.  We are very blessed to have so many books.  But we need a better way to read them all.  They were all in a dresser drawer but we need something better.

Step 1: Understand What Books and Sizes You Have

Big or small.  Rectangular or square.  Do a survey.

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Step 2: Search for Different Containers Around Your House

Shelves, baskets, or even things you would not think or like magazine holders.

Step 3: Organize Your Books

By size, type, color, or something else.  What ever make sense for you and the age or your child.

Step 4: Get Organized

Start trying different books in different containers.  See what works in your house in your space.

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Step 5: Go Vertical

If this is not working for you maybe you need to invest in vertical shelving.  These ledges may be helpful.

Step 6: Enjoy and Get Reading

While books are colorful they are for reading.  Enjoy your new organization system and start flipping those pages.

Organizing Childrens Books

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What would you include in your favorite baby books? Please find the book on Amazon and we will post the link for you! I love to read different types of books to our little girl.  These books would all make great Christmas gifts or shower gifts.

Charlie the Cavalier book +hands on teaching tool to keep children engaged with loved ones

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Charlie the Cavalier is a children’s book and printable puppet

who keeps children engaged while with others or during video chatting.

Illustrator: Magdalena Takáčová

Written By: Lisa Rusczyk

These books are great because there are many little flaps to lift up.  Tiny little hands can open and close each door like a hinge.
Babies loves to press buttons.  When sounds come from them they like to press them even more.
Feeling texture is a sensory experience.
Turning each page brings more fun!
Pulling and pushing each page in and out as I am reading is fun for both of us.
My 10 month old loves opening each page of the book as I read.  When it is time I open up the next page just a little bit for her to grab.
You can read and babies can chew at the same time!

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